There is nothing more likely to interfere with a baby's sleep than a blocked nose. In such a young child nasal allergy is not all that likely. Your son's nose is persistently blocked and very strong medicines have had no effect on opening up his nose. I don't like giving babies such strong cortisone nose drops as Flixonase nebules and Vallergan is such a strong sedative that babies become miserable the next day after using it. Your baby may have enlarged adenoids. Please consult an ENT specialist. While waiting to get an appointment use Salex nose drops twice daily every day and no other medicines!
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